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9 November 2020

EU ruling on the temporary agency work directive

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The subject of a recent decision from the European Court of Justice (the “Court”) was the interpretation of the Temporary Agency Work Directive (the “Directive”) in relation to whether a temporary agency worker should be recognized as a permanent employee of the user undertaking to which the temporary agency worker was assigned. In its decision, the Court focused on when successive assignments to the same user undertaking could be considered a circumvention of the rules in the Directive. 

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